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Ranges and slices

I guess we’ve all seen Dijkstra’s famous argument that a range of natural numbers should be expressed using an inclusive lower bound and exclusive upper bound, and that, ...
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10 Articles Every Programmer Must Read

Being a Java programmer and Software developer, I have learned a lot from articles titled as What Every Programmer Should Know about ….. , they tend to give a lot of useful and ...
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Time to break free from the SQL-92 mindset

Are you stuck in the 90s? If you are only using the SQL-92 language reference, then you are overlooking so many great features like:window functions MERGE TRUNCATE INSTEAD OF triggersSome ...
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Can Open IoT Solve the Main IoT Challenges

Chris Murphy from InformationWeek has published a fascinating article about some of the challenges organizations face when trying to implement IoT solutions. The article focuses on ...
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The future of Big Data is linked to Cloud

Data volumes are growing exponentially. Unstructured data from Twitter, LinkedIn, Mailling Lists, etc. has the potential to transform many industries if it could be combined with structured ...
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Programming for Change

It has become cliché to say that the only constant in life is change, and most people accept it as a given. However, we often don’t take it to heart when we code. We prototype something ...
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GIT Pull Requests Using GitHub

Old Habits We’ve been working with git for more than a year. The SCM was migrated from SVN, with all its history. Our habits were migrated as well. Our flow is (was) fairly simple: ...
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Writing Clean Tests – Naming Matters

It is pretty hard to figure out a good definition for clean code because everyone of us has our own definition for the word clean. However, there is one definition which seems to be ...
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The Index You’ve Added is Useless. Why?

Recently, at the office:Bob: I’ve looked into that slow query you’ve told me about yesterday, Alice. I’ve added the indexes you wanted. Everything should be fine now Alice: ...
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Cheating on the N Queens benchmark

Many Solver distributions include an N Queens example, in which n queens need to be placed on a n*n sized chessboard, with no attack opportunities. So when you’re looking for the ...
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